McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 55, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 4, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Remember that when you bring your
Ford car to us for mechanical attention that
you get the genuine Ford service—mater-
iali, experienced workmen and Ford factory
prices. Your Ford is too useful, too valuable
to take chances with poor mechanics, with
equally poor quality matvials. Bring it to
ua^and save both timejuyi njpney. We are
fffir the wants
of Ford owners—that’s thi
W. A. LQFTIN, IdaM. Oklahoma.
Jno. Cocke, of Hugo, was registered
•t the Rouleau Monday.
r J. W. Gates, of Bethel, was here
G. G. Merry, of Valliant, was in the
J. W. Costilow, of Broken Bow, was
E S Wood, of Durant, was a guest
at the Rouleau Monday
Chas Penninger, of Ida, was a vis-
itor to this city Monday.
W. P. Allen, of DeQueen, Ark., was
registered at the Rouleau Monday.
W W Downing, of Dallas, was in
the city Monday.
Calvin James, of Hugo, was here
M. E. Hale, of Hugo, was in the
Geo. J. Gray, of Hot Springs, was
a guest at the Rouleau yesterday.
Roy Johnson, of Hugo, waa a busi-
ness visitor to this city yesterday.
Chas. Severs, of Paris, Texas, was
a guest at the Rouleau yesterday.
C. M. McMullan, of Terarkana, was
C. Kassem, of Moon, was here yes-
terday on business.
Luther Shepherd, of Smithville, was
in the city this week.
Albert McKinstrey, of Ringling,
was a guest at the Johnson Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McIntosh, of
Hope, were in the city yesterday.
G. A. Hunter, of Oklahoma City,
waa here yesterday.
Edgar Dollarhide, of America, was
a visitor to this city Monday.
Attorney J. Paul Stewart, of
worth, was here Monday.
Deputy Sheriff L .A. Neece, of Bis-
mark, waa here Monday.
John Ward, of Sawyer, was a busi-
ness visitor to Idabel last Friday.
K C. Pullen was in Hugo Sunday,
retiirning Monday morning.
Attorney R. B. Drake, of Hugo,
was in the city this week.
C. W. Brown, of Durant, was a vis-
itor to Idabel this week.
Miss Ruth McPhail is the guest of
friends in this city.
J. E. Warren, of Haworth, was in
the city yesterday.
Ella Skinner, of Ashdown, was a
guest at the Rouleau Sunday.
L. E. Shepherd, of Smithville, was
H. R. Wade, of Wichita, Kan., was I
at thq. Rouleau Sunday.
C. L. Webb, of Hugo, was register-
ed at the Rouleau Sunday.
H. Gibson, of Hugo, was a visitor to
Idabel Sunday. •
G. Winthrop, of Chicago, was here
J. K. Lembarger, of Texarkana, was
Elisabeth 8helton, of Ha-
worth, was the guest of friends in
Attorney R. H. Stanley, of Hugo,
was in the city Monday on legal busi-
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Scott, of De-
Queen, Ark., were visitors to Idabel
C. F. Mangelsdorff, of Texarkana,
was a guest at the Rouleau Monday
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hart, of Hope,
were guests at the Johnson yester-
J. G Chumiey and son of Wynne-
wood, were visitors to this city yes-
Miss Aileen Allen returned home
Saturday from a visit of a month with
relatives in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Judge Kirkpatrick, of Kansas City,
is in the city this week, the guest of
his son, Attorney H. M. Kirkpatrick.
Miss Pearl Stroud returned Mon-
day from a visit with relatives in
Banker J. M Cecil and wife, of Val-
liant, were in the city Monday on
Robert Jacobs, of Golden, was in
the city yesterday and had his name
placed on our subscription list.
4lrs. John Kilgore, of Fordyce, Ark.,
has returned home after a visit to
her sister, Mrs. E. A. Kilgore.
Mack Bollinger returned to Cerro
Gorda, Ark., Monday, after a visit to
his brother, C. E. Bollinger, in this
. Mr. and Mrs. Dean, of Paris, Ark.,
have returned to'their home after a
visit with their daughter, Mrs. E. A.
Mrs. C. E. Bollinger and son have
Goed appetite, vigor and cheerful
spirits follow tho uao of Prickly Ash-
Bitters. It purifies the stomach, lisfe
er and bowels and makes life
living. Price $1.25 per bottle. —Wl
liamp Drug 8tore, Special Agents, i
Frank and J. W. Tapley, two of Mc1-
Curtain County’s best farmers of
Cerro Gorda, Arkansas, were in tho
city Monday They informed us they
needed cotton pickers and also hands
to help at their gin. Anyone want-
ing work can get it at this farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pope, of Nash-
ville, Arkansas, passed through the
city Sunday enroute home from an
overland trip to San Antonio, Texas.
They were accompanied by Mrs. Ben
Crowley, of Hugo, who will visit with
relatives at Nashville.
FOR SALE—40 acres of improved
land one-half mile from Milerton, 800
three year-old fruit trees; 30 acres in
cultivation, goor house and well. A
bargain. See W .B. MrIVER, Miller-
ton, Oklahoma. 4t-55-Pd.
Mrs. F. R. Abbott and little daugh-
ter, Margarett, have returned from a
visit with relatives in Fort Worth,
Wichita Falls and other points in
Western Texas. Mr Abbott remained
looking after legal interests in the
West Texas oil fields, but will return
to Idabel some time this week.
Geo. W. Cain, of Durant, has as-
sumed management of the Southern
Oklahoma Abstract office in this
city. Mr. Lamb, who has been mana-
ger for some time, has resigned and
will move to Texas. Mr. Cain comes
to our city highly recommended and
we are glad to have him move here.
Germ* are plentiful in the summer
air, we breathe them every minute.
In health they do no harm, but to
f\ “• .“,‘u r those who have a bad liver, disordered
returned home from a visit of several ___, .
weeks with relatives and friends at
Ha- Swifton, Arkansas.
stomach, or constipated bowels they
'mean a spell of sickness. The best
«... . ! way to insure your health is to take
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bollinger andiSpecl*1 Agent*-
little son, Marvin, Mack Bollinger and
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Brown attended
the Chautauqua at Broken Bow Sun-' --
day | The Idabel School District Council
Mrs. Guy R. Old received a card'0* Defense meet* in the Court House
Sunday announcing the arrival over- Th“r8<tay. September 5th, at 4 p. m.
seas of her brother. Burton F. Ma-jnn*'* ® •*; m-
lone, who was trained at Camp Travis, i * THERE or see that some
NOTICE TO YOU.
Mrs. H. S. DeBerry and son, Collin
Teel, who have been in Southern Tex-
for several months for the bene-
fit of Collin's heath, have returned to
^loyd Gammill, of Camp Logan, is
i«e this week visiting with friends.
Floyd attended school in Idabel for a
few' years and has a host of friends
When you get the address of a sol-
dier and you can’t tell whether he is
in Co. I or Co. J, always make it Co.
; I. Owing to the similarity of the two
: letters, there are no companies known
here Monday. _
R. A. McAmis, of Hugo, was at as "J.”
the Rouleau Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Whitten and
J. W. Willis, of Ardmore, was a little daughter, Rubye, Mrs. T. E. j
guest at the Rouleau Monday. Derryberry and Misses Ola Stringfel-
Beraie Herstein, of Broken Bow,:low, Lela Whitten and Mary Wil-
was here Monday. i Hums attended the Chautauqua at
M. P. Grantham, of Broken Bow, droken Bow Sunday,
spent Monday in this city. That ‘‘all in” feeling so common in
S. W. Cunningham, of Hugo, was hot weather is not due to heat alone,
here Monday but an unhealthy condition in the
Mrs. H. P. Hosey and Mrs. F. E. liver, stomach and bowels. To pre-
Croft have returned from a visit to; vent a spell of sickness take Prickly
Hot Springs, Arkansas. Ash Bittters, it is an excellent system
Mrs. W. G. Old has accepted a po-; cleanser and regulator. Price $1.25
sition at the Grand Leader as sales- per bottle.—Williams Drug Store,
lady. . Special Agents.
representative of your family is there.
Every business concern in Idabel is
asked to close for one hour—drug
stores and soda fountains included.
All membership committee will re-
port results of their canvass for mem-
bers. Preparations for the Fourth
Liberty Loan will be made. Our
quota for the County CouiKil’s ex-
pense fund will be explained. (List
of slackers will be read.)
Failure to attend thi» meeting will
be construed as indifference on your
E. C. ARMSTRONG, Pres.
L. E. MIFFLIN, V-Pres.
T. A. HOUSTON, Sec. .
BIDS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING.
Scaled bids will bt received at the
office of County Superintendent L. N.
Gray, Idabel, Oklahoma, and at the
office of the Architect, Albert B.
Jewett, Durant, Onlahoma, for the
erection of a large brick school build-
ing to be erected 2% miles south of
Garvin in Consolidated District No 1,
McCurtain County, Oklahoma. The'
painting and the heating will be let I
under separate contracts. For plans
and specifications apply to the office j
of County Superintendent.
No bids will be received later than
four o'clock Friday, September 20th,
R. H. SETTLE,
W. R. MERRY,
Board of Education.
First pub. Sept. 4
,_ Out Oct. 2.
IN DISTRICT COURT.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY
W. A. Adams, plaintiff, vs. Rhoda
Said defendant Rhoda Adams will
take notice that she has been sued in
the above named court for divorce
and must answer the petition filed
therein by said plaintiff on or before
the l#th day of October, A, D., 1918,
or said petition will be taken ae true,
ami a judgment for said plaintiff in
■aid action for divorce will be render-
J this 2
2nd day of September,
F. M. Brookes, Court Clerk.
L. E. MIFFLIN
First Natleaal BuUdiag
Office Over First National Bank
JOHN C. EARL
Office in Court
Idabel - - -
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Old, W. J. McCurtain Gazette. (Idabel, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 55, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 4, 1918, newspaper, September 4, 1918; Idabel, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042924/m1/5/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.